Benefit from thinking “worldview-ishly”…

Evangelicals can greatly benefit from thinking “worldview-ishly.” Unfortunately, most do not. It appears as if the concept is largely either unknown or untried among most individual Christians.

The lack of appreciation for worldview-thinking negatively impacts doctrinal literacy, apologetic understanding, evangelistic fervor, and the living of a God-honoring life. Pollster George Barna’s survey in 2003 revealed discouraging news: “Only nine percent of born-again Christians hold a biblical worldview.” Barna further stated that “most Americans have little idea how to integrate core biblical principles to form a unified and meaningful response to the challenges and opportunity of life.” Continue reading

The world is wounded…

Only a true-life experience can leave a true-life scar. The world is wounded, this we know. Answering the question of how it got to be wounded requires more than a myth. It requires an accurate account of reality.

Greg Koukl, from The Story of Reality, kindle location 408

Funerals remind us…

Funerals remind us that the implications of our world view could not be more serious and important.

Craig Parton, from Religion on Trial, p. xv